Prevention of ED & Sexual Health Issues

  • Sex therapy: counseling with a licensed sex therapist, your mate and you, which may be used as a prevention tool or treatment
  • Group Sex Therapy
  • Identifying, defining and clarifying your sexual needs and personal perception of what exactly constitutes a healthy sexual lifestyle
  • Communicating your needs to your partner as opposed to a hidden agenda
  • Patience
  • Listening to the needs of your partner
  • Commitment to satisfying the needs of your partner
  • Willingness to experiment with exercises and techniques that may require you to leave your comfort zone: masturbation, massage, sensual bathing, sexual toys, vibrators
  • Flexibility and Time Management: vary sexual habits by changing routine; engage in sexual activity at unpredictable times of the day to encourage creativity and combat boredom.
  • Time Management: embrace the vital role sex plays in your overall health, and purposefully schedule time for sexual activity
  • Attention to Details: Just as you pay close attention to the details of your career, prioritize your sexual health, and devote particular attention to preparation for a positive sexual experience.
  • Sensation Focus Exercises: exercises developed by Masters and Johnson in the late 1960s to help couples connect without pressure for sex; may be used with a therapist or at home
  • Knowledge of male and female anatomy

Prevention
Symptoms of Sexual Health Problems
Occurrence
Causes
Preparation for Medical Appointment
Support from Health Care Providers
Cultural Attitudes about Sexual Health
Psychological Implications
Career/Employment
Tests and Diagnosis
Surgical Procedures
Complications
Coping and Support

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